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PX24N_Rev_6_Starting_In_Service_Mode

Discontinued Product

This page is for the PX24N Nano r6 (revision 6)

CLICK ON PX24N Nano rev.7 FOR THE REVISION 7.

How to Start the PX24N in Service mode?

To activate the service mode, the PX24N rev.6 IP PBX is powered up with the spkr key pressed hold. Be aware that the spkr key must be hold pressed until keys and leds of the PX24N blink fast. When keys and leds blink fast, the spkr key is released. The IP address of the system in service mode is the factory default address, which is 10.0.0.12 and the port address is 80. The web server of the system waits for a web browser connection within 2 minutes in service mode. If there will be no connection in this period, the system starts up in normal operation mode. So that, connect to the system within 2 minutes with using a web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) to access Home Page of the service mode. During this 2 minute period, LCD of the PX24N displays:

PX24n r6
Bootloadervx.xx
Web Setup Enabled

There is no login name or password for the service mode web browser connection.

When is It Necessary?

  • If Xymphony control program (that is, operational software or operational firmware) upgrade has to be done within a LAN (local area network) and if uploading the new firmware becomes difficult in normal operation mode, or
  • If file system is fully loaded (i.e, it is not possible to save any parameters or it is not possible to upload a new Xymphony), or
  • If the PX24N does not start up for any reason such as; an invalid Xymphony has been selected as the default boot program

then starting the PX24N in service becomes necessary.

When does file system Become Fully loaded?

Please note that main reason is when auto voice (conversation) recording functions is activated but records are not archived in an external archiving device (like a PC running XTools or an FTP server). If voice records are not transmitted out to the archiving device, file system memories would be full with such records. First, try to free up the memories with connecting the PX24N system to the archiving device. If this operation fails for any reason, then it is necessary to start the PX24N in service mode and clean up the file system manually.

Links or Commands in Service Mode Page

  • Upload: Installs or uploads Xymphony to the system.
  • Default: Selects default Xymphony to boot the system.
  • Remove: Removes a selected Xymphony from the system` disk.
  • Boot: Boots the Telesis system with the default Xymphony.
  • Cleanup: Removes user data, which are mainly automatic conversation records from memories.

If the PX24N`s disk has one Xymphony image file, then the following service page opens. This page has the link Upload to install or upload another Xymphony to the system.

    Telesis Xymphony boot Manager
    Ver 1.10
    Hardware platform name appears here 

        * Upload
        * Default
        * Boot
        * Cleanup
        * Time: 2010-04-04 15:29:56
        * Free Disk space: 98,8074

If the PX24N`s disk has two Xymphony image files, then the following service page opens. This page has the link Remove to remove a selected Xymphony from the system`s disk. After removing one file, Upload link becomes available.

    Telesis Xymphony boot Manager
    Ver 1.10
    Hardware platform name appears here 

        * Default
        * Remove
        * Boot
        * Cleanup
        * Time: 2010-04-04 15:29:56
        * Free Disk space: 98,8074

In addititon, the service mode page displays the current free space in non-volatile memories of the PX24N system.

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